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Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998)

Not Rated | | Fantasy, Family | TV Movie 28 March 2005
A modern adaptation of the classic children's story "Alice Through the Looking Glass" written by Lewis Carroll and John Tenniel, which continued on from "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". ... See full summary »

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Charlotte Curley ...
Little Alice
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White King
Louise J. Taylor ...
Tiger Lily
Rebecca Palmer ...
Rose
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Daisy #1 (as Paulette Williams)
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Red Queen (as Sian Phillips)
John Tordoff ...
Railway Guard
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Man in Paper Suit
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Gary Olsen ...
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Red King
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A modern adaptation of the classic children's story "Alice Through the Looking Glass" written by Lewis Carroll and John Tenniel, which continued on from "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". This time, Alice is played by the mother, who falls asleep while reading the the bedtime story to her daughter. Walking through the Looking Glass, Alice finds herself in Chessland, a magical and fun world. There she meets the Red and White Queens, as well as many other amusing friends on her journey across the chessboard countryside onto become a crowned Queen.

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Siân Phillips, Sir Ian Holm, and Penelope Wilton appeared in the BBC production of The Borrowers (1992) and The Return of The Borrowers (1993). See more »

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Version of Alice Through the Looking Glass (1966) See more »

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23 January 2005 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews

This is apparently a made for TV movie that was broadcast on British TV in the late 1990's. It is just now being sold on DVD in the US. It is interesting for fans of Kate Beckinsale to see some of her work before she became a household name in the US. The dialogue between the characters and the set design and costumes are the strengths here. A blond Beckinsale, who appears to have been in the early stages of her real life pregnancy, makes an inquisitive Alice as she meets more and more interesting characters. Beckinsale conveys the impudence and innocence of her character well. The movie is further enhanced by a top notch British supporting cast.


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